Accessing Your Neighbour’s Land to Develop Your Own (2017)
Join Barrister Pandelis (Peter) Tiliakos as he discusses “Accessing your neighbour’s land to develop your own – A comprehensive guide for developers and owners detailing their legal options with respect to accessing land”.
1. Strategies to negotiate access terms
2. Understand the application of the Access to Neighbouring Lands Act 2000 (NSW)
3. Understand the application of section 88K of the Conveyancing Act 1919 (NSW)
4. Understand the application of the Land Environment Court Act 1979 (NSW)
Recorded September 2017
About your Speaker
Pandelis Tiliakos is a Barrister at Second Floor Wentworth Chambers.
Pandelis was called to the Bar in 2017. His practice is broad and he accepts briefs in all areas of law including Building & Construction, Commercial & Corporate, Criminal, Equity, Intellectual Property, Personal Injury and Wills & Estates.
Prior to coming to the Bar, Pandelis practiced as an associate solicitor at Willis & Bowring before joining McCulloch & Buggy. During his time as a solicitor, he appeared on behalf of individuals, companies (small, medium and large) and public bodies in civil and criminal matters in the Federal Court of Australia, Federal Circuit Court of Australia, Supreme Court of New South Wales, District Court of New South Wales, Local Court of New South Wales and New South Wales Civil and Administrative Tribunal.
Pandelis was admitted to the Supreme Court of New South Wales in 2013 and the High Court of Australia in 2014.
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